Blue Hawaiian strain (also known as Blue Hawaiian Sativa) is a hybrid cross between Blueberry and a Hawaiian sativa landrace, which was created in scenic Vancouver Island, British Columbia, by Jordan of the Islands.
- Strength 24%
- Stone Energetic
- Speed Autoflower
- Height 5 to 6 feet
- Yield 16 to 20 oz/m2
- Harvest October
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This strain is famous for being quite a looker— all thanks to its light green to orange buds covered in vibrant orange and red hairs that are coated with sparkling, shimmering trichomes. This beauty smells super sweet and fruity with hints of refreshing pine and wood.
Blue Hawaiian’s effects may take a little bit longer to kick in. However, smokers will feel a high that is happy, uplifting, and extremely relaxing like you’re at a tropical resort once it does. Users say Blue Hawaiian cannabis strain is an excellent social strain as it often brings on the giggles.
Blue Hawaiian has a THC content that can reach as high as 24%, which combines its stimulating sativa and soothing indica genetics. This mostly sativa strain has an abiding euphoria that takes several minutes to hit users with its force. Once it does, users will experience a significant mood change, along with a warm tingle that slowly spreads across the body. This simultaneous physical and mental relaxation may cause psychedelic effects, including visual distortions or time dilation. Trippy experiences notwithstanding, they’ll generally feel calm and able to concentrate for the high duration, which makes it an incredible way to complement anything from being creatively productive to work out or sex at any time. It can also be the ideal weed to be savored whether you’re running errands, chilling with your friends, or merely listening to some music at home.
Blue Hawaiian strain is also essential for its medicinal uses. It can relieve chronic pain, discomfort, and headaches. It is also useful for people who have lost their appetite due to illness or chemotherapy. Blue Hawaiian, in large enough doses, can bring about profound and restful sleep for people living with insomnia too. This strain can be useful psychologically to instantly alleviate the alarming symptoms of depression, anxiety, and stress. Its continued focus can also help patients with attention deficit disorders.
Blue Hawaiian is one of the strains that are considered bountiful. With enough persistence, this bud will be able to produce a massive yield of 16 to 20 ounces per square meter indoors and a large yield of 24 ounces per square meter or more per plant when grown outdoors.
The good news is, blue Hawaiian seeds are readily available to buy. Another option is to get a mature Blue Hawaiian plant and start growing your own clone strain.
Blue Hawaiian plants can be grown both indoors or outdoors. For those who intend to grow indoors in closely-monitored conditions, be aware that when fully grown, Blue Hawaiian can reach around five to six feet in height – thanks to its sativa genetics. It is therefore advisable that you train the plant early in the vegetative stage by trimming and pruning the crops to keep its height and shape under control. You will need to cut and trim the plant regularly as it starts to flourish, and is thus a relatively high maintenance plant to grow.
When grown outside, Blue Hawaiian plants require a Mediterranean-like climate with an average temperature range of 70° Fahrenheit. However, growers may need to “shock” them artificially by exposing them to cold temperatures just before the flowering period. This is to stimulate the plant’s pigments to create vibrant hues of purple and blue.
Blue Hawaiian plants take a long time to flower. Its flowering period is usually between 9-10 weeks for indoor growth. On the other hand, this crop has no final flowering period yet.
A pleasant appearance and scent to match, this strain has a delightful tropical blueberry aroma, which certainly sounds very appropriate — thanks to its fruity, sweet-smelling smell likened to a combination of pineapple mixed with lemon, and a musky blueberry scent that hangs out in the background.
Blue Hawaiian’s scent gives a good indication of how it tastes. This strain offers a delightful blend of tropical fruits such as pineapples and sweet berries with spice and earthy hint. Smokers of Blue Hawaiian may also detect a slight woody and piney taste on the exhale.
The Blue Hawaiian strain’s blue and purple-tinged flowers do not necessarily taste like Blueberry or grapes; this is because the pigments that determine the leaves’ color do not affect their smell and taste.